I still have many movies in VHS.
Actually, my Lord of the Rings collection marks around the time when we bought a DVD player.
Fellowship is on VHS, while the other two are on DVD.
And im sure I have a Harry Potter 1 VHS somewhere.
Some of my favorite movies are on VHS, like Iron Giant. I remember getting the Pokemon VHS' when I was a kid. I still have some of those. Or recording Pokemon on a VHS when I couldnt watch it. And then having mom accidentally record over it.
I know for FACT I first watched the original Star Wars Trillogy on VHS, back in the day when we had a video rental a few blocks away from us. (I'll always remember they had an MvC and Metal Slug arcade machine, and the MvC one was loud as [tornado fang], and naturally, was on demo half the time, so I have the Capcom Q Sound jingle engraved into my brain) I watched Back to the Future on VHS too, a Charlie Chaplin collection VHS... quite a few movies.
I hate discs. It's such a fragile format.
VHS can be fragile too. They wear out after repeated watching, can come with those nasty lines and [parasitic bomb], (which can also occur from repeated watching wear and tear) and if your VHS player goes maverick, it could rip the film right out. (Or the film could snag on something and get ripped out when you pull the tape out)
Either way, I grew up with VHS. Along with Cassette Tapes. Though I didn't have NEARLY as many of those.
And what's also funny is that every movie after Citizen Kane was purposefully shot with focus play to draw your eyes, when there's little reason everything shouldn't've been in focus at all times.
Wait, is that why Soap Operas look so differently filmed than most Movis and TV shows? Or am I confusing something here?